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Giant Killing

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Mar 7, 2010
amanoh (All reviews)
Giant Killing is like Slam Dunk meets football (or soccer to Americans) from the Manager's point of view; a former local superstar who is scouted and transferred to a European club comes back as a coach to the team where he reached the height of his fame as a player.

The series has everything you'd want from a sports manga: relentless action, budding bromance, character development/growth, and best of all, this is one of the rare sports mangas where characters don't rely on gimmicks to excel in the sport. (see: Prince of Tennis)

The plot and the characters are very well crafted; the author also did a read more
Jan 12, 2019
Laudulal_Bhosdi (All reviews)
Giant killing is an actual soccer manga, unlike most of the bullshit soccer mangas such as captain tsubasa or inazuma eleven. Instead of focusing on just one player who is so awesome that he will make his club win champions league (pun intended), it focuses on each player on and off the bench, the managers, the fans and most importantly, the coach. It really shines in story and character development, and there are some moments which can make you sad, even cry. For any true soccer and manga fan, this is a must read, no other manga in this genre even comes close.

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